On Saturday morning, students and parents will load onto a bus at Crescenta Valley High School and leave the luxury of their life behind.
They will be participating in "Displace Me," sponsored by the "Invisible Children" program.
In March, representatives from "Invisible Children" visited the school and shared their documentary with the students. The film followed three young teenage boys on their life-altering trip through Africa.
The main focus of the program is to bring awareness to the displacement of thousands of children in Uganda. These children live in underground tunnels and anywhere else where they can find shelter and some safety. They are attempting to escape what is known as "Lord's Resistance Army," a militant group that kidnaps young boys in an effort to boost their ranks of assassins. Children that resist are killed.